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SW2000 Telework Studies

2005 to 2009 Statistics – Telework Statistics – The Information Society

 

STATISTICS JUNE 06 TO JUNE 09

STATISTICS June 04 to June 06

 

Statistics 1997 to June 04    with Telework Productivity, Costs & Benefits

 

STATISTICS 2001

USA survey analysed by SW2000.

Seriously nerdy number-crunchers. Go to:

http://www.noelhodson.com/index_files/us_stats2001.xls

 

TELEWORK STATISTICS INDEX

 

HOME

 

Statistics in the EU for Dresdner Bank

http://www.noelhodson.com/index_files/futurehumour.htm#EU_map_of_stats

 

European Telework Charter 1997 Statistics

http://www.noelhodson.com/index_files/gatflystats.htm

 

Telework Charter Signatories

http://www.noelhodson.com/index_files/e_charter_map.htm

 

 


 

CONTENTS

 

 

Universal internet access - Power to the people – 6 May 2009. 2

UK Teleworkers survey – 46% to 95% – 8 September 08. 3

Teleworkers – one-third of UK workforce – 25 September 07. 3

Lots of Sex Please – We’re British – 13 Feb 07. 3

USA Profile – Time Magazine – 2 Nov 06. 4

British Sex on the Net – Time Magazine – 12 June 06. 5

UK On-Line – Richard `Adams in the Guardian – 22 May 06. 6

EU teleworkers 1999-2005 - Empirica – 8 March 06. 7

UK teleworkers 2005 – 8 March 06. 8

US telework statistics 2005 – posted 27 Feb 06. 8

UK & EU Houses - 4 Nov 2005. 9

The Oxford Internet Survey May 2005. Extracts 17 Oct 2005. 10

Defining US Poverty – 81 million poor – 17 Oct 05. 11

GOOGLING MICROSOFT – 26th August 05. 11

Where to go on vacation – labour rates around the world – 26th August 05. 12

UK Flexi-Work – Telework, Term-Time, Part-Time etc – 5th July 2005. 12

Pornography on the Net – 17th May 05. 13

E-Commerce, Internet Trading and Video-Conferencing – 26th April 05. 14

Annual Advertising Spend – UK – 2004. 16

Spam and Junk Mail – 3rd Feb 2005. 16

USA slips back in the broadband race – Friday 3 September 2004. 17

Wrinkly old World – Population shifts 1990-2090 – posted 19 July 2004. 17

US Government Departments – Teleworkers reported in June 2004. 18

The European Union May 2004. 22

TIME IS MONEY - What you contribute to your company. 23

TIME IS MONEY - Employee Value in some UK corporations. 24

 

Universal internet access - Power to the people – 6 May 2009.

 

THE INTERNET

In the year of 2008 (taken from a New Scientist article 2 May 2009)

 

210,000,000,000 (210B) emails per day were sent.

78% of Emails were spam.

 

Google searches 1 trillion web pages. (1,000,000,000,000)

 

ALL USERS – number approx 1.58B via computers (mostly fixed telephone)

                          Plus 1B via mobile phones

 

China    253,000,000 internet users -19% of the population

US       220,000,000 internet users -72.5% of pop.

Japan                94,000,000 internet users  -74% of pop.

Brazil    67,500,000 internet users  -26% of pop.

India     60,000,000 internet users   - 4% of pop.

Germany            52,500,000 internet users  -64% of pop.

UK                     43,200,000 internet users  -69% of pop.

 

92% of the population in Greenland have internet access.

 

Internet growth is 50% per annum.

 

On-line advertising spending - $65,000,000,000  ($65B) globally.

 

 

 UK Teleworkers survey – 46% to 95% – 8 September 08

 

 

TELEWORKING AND FLEXIBILITY - CBI/PERTEMPS

 

Half of all employers (46%) said they now offered teleworking to staff, an increase from 14% two years ago and 11% in 2004.
31% of employees reaching retirement age asked if they could postpone their retirement. Although it is 81% of those requests were granted.

95% of such requests from parents are accepted.

The survey of 513 respondents employing over 1m staff, showed that although flexible working has been a success, with 93% of employers offering at least one form of flexible working, and 57% offering at least three, there is deep concern among employers about other areas of employment law.



Teleworkers – one-third of UK workforce – 25 September 07

 

Pollsters YouGov UK, commissioned by Zurich Insurance, questioned 1,000 UK workers and found that a third telework at least  “16 hours a month” at home – and that more of the workforce foresee that they will telework in the coming year.  The UK workforce is about 25 million, so one-third equates to 8.3 million who sometimes telework. This provides a base for calculating how many UK households have home-offices linked into the telecoms networks.

Lots of Sex Please – We’re British – 13 Feb 07

 

The latest and the world’s largest survey of sexual fantasies has just been published by Penguin UK. It is based on more than 13,000 completed questionnaires issued by pollsters U.Gov. Sex & the Psyche is written by London psychotherapist Brett Khar. ISBN 978-0-713-99940-2. (see our pre-publication data below). It is a large book with masses of data – some relating to the internet which we may analyse later. For now, suffice it to say that the book lists about 100 favourite British fantasies – which I am diligently working my way through, as a labour of love. I may not survive this “for research only” work. 

USA Profile – Time Magazine – 2 Nov 06

 

These statistics are highlights from Time Magazine November 6, 2006 – an article worth archiving.

 

Time Magazine

November 6, 2006

Headlines extracted by Noel Hodson.

 

 

 

 

 

Least Populous

Loving County, Texas

 

New York City, Metro Area

18,747,300

Most Populous

New Jersey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City Dwellers

80%

 

Coastal Dwellers

80% +

 

 

 

 

                   Fem. 15-44

Women

51%

 

White

239.9M         1.85

Men

49%

 

Hispanic

44.2M           2.82

Total population

300 million

 

Black

38.3M           2.02

In 1790 Pop was

3.9 Million

 

Native Americans

2.9M             1.73

2050 Pop will be

400 Million

 

Asian

13.1M           1.90

 

 

 

Births – replacement level

                            2.1                                   

Solo dwellers

26.8%

 

College Ed

 

Marrying age W

25.8 years

 

                 Men

29%

Marrying age M

27.1 years

 

              Women

26%

 

 

 

 

 

Voting

 

 

Voting

 

Always Vote

35%

 

Democrat

50%

Sometimes Vote

20%

 

Republican

50%

 

 

 

 

 

Religion

 

 

Religion

 

Believe in God

66%

 

Evangelical Protestant

34%

Believe in a Higher Force

14%

 

Mainline Protestant

22%

Believe but with doubts

11%

 

Roman Catholic

21%

No beliefs

5%

 

Black Protestant

5%

GOD IS:

 

 

Jewish

2.5%

Authoritarian

31%

 

BELIEVE IN:

 

Benevolent

23%

 

Atlantis

41%

Critical

16%

 

Hauntings

37%

Distant/Cosmic

24%

 

Mind over matter

28%

 

 

 

UFO’s are aliens

25%

 

 

 

Bigfoot, Yeti - etc

18%

 

 

 

Fortune Telling

18%

 

 

 

 

 

WORK WEEKS

 

 

WORK WEEKS

Legal           Taken

USA

46.2

 

Vacation  - USA

0                    3.9

Italy

41.1

 

                 - Italy

4                    7.9

Britain

40.8

 

                - Britain

4                    6.6

France

40.7

 

               - France

5                    7.0

Germany

40.6

 

           - Germany

4                    7.8

 

 

 

 

 

US TAX RETURNS

 

 

US OCCUPATIONS

For Every 1,000 jobs there are

Total filed 2004

132,000,000

 

Cashiers

27  $16,260

50% less than

$30,000

 

Registered Nurses

18   $54,670

70% less than

$50,000

 

Waiters

17   $14,200

90% less than

$100,000

 

Janitors etc

16   $19,390

9.7 million earn

$100 to $200,000

 

Truck Drivers

12   $34,280

2.3 million earn

$200 to $500,000

 

PrimarySchool Teachers

11  $44,040

582,213 get

$500K to $2M

               

Carpenters

7   $35,580

65,548 get

$2M to $5M

        

Fast Food cooks

5   $15,080

15,853 get

$5M to $10M

0.5%

Lawyers

4   $98,930

9,677 get

$10M +

 

Bartenders

4   $15,850

OCCUPATIONS

Change by 2014

 

 

Computer programmers

3  $63,420

Home HealthAide

+  56%

 

Telemarketers

3   $20,360

Network Analysts

+  55%

 

Firefighters

2   $39,060

Medical Assistant

+  52%

 

Butchers

1   $26,590

Software engine.

+  48%

 

Parking attendent

1  $16,930

Textile weaver

-  56%

 

 

 

Meter Readers

-  45%

 

EARN $1,000 IN:

TIME

Credit Checkers

-  41%

 

Radio Host

24 seconds

Mail Clerks

-  37%

 

Tennis Star

6 minutes

 

 

 

CEO

2 hrs 55 minutes

 

 

 

Police officer

43 hours

 

 

 

Farmer

57 hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

British Sex on the Net – Time Magazine – 12 June 06

 

These statistics support the findings in Brett Kahr’s report below.

Pornography on the Net – 17th May 05

 

 

 

TIME MAGAZINE 12th June 2006 published more of their enigmatic stats:

 

9

million British men downloaded pornography from the Internet, last year.

 

 

1.4

million British women -ditto-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our assumptions

 

 

 

 

 

Population of the UK

60,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lifespan

72

years

 

 

 

 

 

so born PER YEAR

833,333

 

 

 

 

 

 

50% are male and 50% female

50%

50%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Men who downloaded images in 2005

9,000,000

1,400,000

Women who downloaded images in 2005

 

Males born per year

416,667

416,667

Females born per year

 

 

 

AGE

AGE

 

 

 

 

 

Interested in sex with access to Internet from

14

14

Interested in sex with access to Internet from

to

80

54

to

 

 

 

 

years

66

40

years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adult sexual males

27,500,000

16,666,667

Adult sexual females

 

 

 

Males with private/home access to the internet?

33%

20%

Women with private/home access to the internet?

Men with private access

9,075,000

3,333,333

Women with private access

 

 

Use pornography

100%

42%

Use pornography

 

 

 

 

UK

UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UK On-Line – Richard `Adams in the Guardian – 22 May 06

These statistics were published by Technology Guardian on the 15th September 2005.

 

ITEM

THEN

NOW

E-Bay

In 2000 there were £43 million of transactions.

Forecast for 2005 is £4 billion or 93 times more.

Digital TV

In 2000 15% of homes had digital TV

In 2005 61.9% have digital TV

 

 

Hours shopping

 

1 of every 5 hours shopping is now on the Internet

Video Games

56% of users are aged from 24 to 44

In 1996 £350M of videogames were sold in the UK

In 2004 £1.2 billion of Videogames were sold. 3.5 times more than in 1996.

Mobile Phones

2000

There were 40 million UK customers

2004

There were 60 million, or most of the population.

 

Broadband Connections

 

2001

1.4M

2004

6.2M (about 1/3rd of households)

Digital Cameras

2001

935,000 UK customers

2006 forecast

5,964,348

 

 

EU teleworkers 1999-2005 - Empirica – 8 March 06

 

Werner B Korte, Director of Empirica, Bonn, presented the following statistics at a conference in Helsinki in September 2001.  (Transcribed by SW2000)

 

 

Teleworkers as % of total workforce    1999      2005

%

 

FIN

 

NL

 

SW

 

DK

 

D

 

UK

 

EU10

 

IRL

 

I

 

E

 

F

 

35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

 

29

 

 

25

 

 

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

 

17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

15

 

 

11

 

 

 

13

 

 

12

 

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

 

8

 

 

6

 

 

 

8

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

4

 

 

 

5

 

 

5

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regular and supplementary teleworkers as % of workforce  - as presented in 2001

 

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

R

S

 

%

 

10.8

6.0

 

8.3

6.3

 

8.0

7.2

 

6.6

3.9

 

4.4

1.6

 

4.8

2.8

 

4.1

2.0

 

1.9

2.6

 

2.9

0.7

 

2.3

0.6

 

2.0

0.8

 

 

 

UK teleworkers 2005 – 8 March 06

 

Extract from a BBC report 6 Oct 2005, which errs on (1) SW2000 Telework Studies counted UK teleworkers in 1990 & 1992. The EC conducted and published several surveys from 1993-1995 (2) There was 8% of the workforce teleworking in 1997 – not 4% (3) This report relies on flimsy estimates in ‘Labour Market Trends’ which in turn was based on guesses not surveys. (4) No account has been taken of independent polls by Gallup and others (5) No correlation has been made with mobile-phone, mobile-computers and other mobile-tools statistics. (6) No base-line is indicated, of what was ‘fixed place’ working before the advent of telework. The realistic number of people teleworking in 2005, at home, in their vehicles, out of hotels, at customer’s offices etc is nearer the US figures (30%+) and can conservatively be estimated at more than 18% of the workforce, or about 4.3 million UK teleworkers.

Rising numbers

Teleworkers were first counted back in 1997.

Teleworkers graph

Then, just 921,000 people said they used telephones or computers to let them work at home or to use their homes as a base for work.

Of these, 737,000 said they couldn't in fact work like this without both a computer and phone.

But by early 2005 the number of teleworkers had shot up to 2,377,000.

And most - 2.1 million - said they depended on their digital technology to work from home.

As a result all teleworkers now make up 8% of the working population, up from 4% in 1997.

However, Alexandra Jones of the Work Foundation says: "It's not as big a rise as some people were once predicting during the hype of the dot-com boom."

 

US telework statistics 2005 – posted 27 Feb 06.

 

An extract, courtesy of ITAC. For the full report go to the ITAC site:

http://www.workingfromanywhere.org/news/pr100405.htm

Research conducted for ITAC by The Dieringer Research Group as part of Dieringer’s 2005 American Interactive Consumer Survey.

The national survey was conducted from August 15 – September 1, 2005. The survey asked respondents to check up to 13 different locations where they may have conducted work in the past month. The survey found that out of 135.4 million American workers:

  • 45.1 million worked from home,
  • 24.3 million people worked at client’s or customer’s place of business,
  • 20.6 million in their car,
  • 16.3 million while on vacation,
  • 15.1 million at a park or outdoor location, and
  • 7.8 million while on a train or airplane

Among the 45.1 million Americans working from home (33.3% - NB – This will include traditional non-computer working, usually simple, piece-work; addressing envelopes, wrapping gifts etc ), the average number of locations they work from is 3.4.

This survey demonstrates that millions of Americans are embracing telework – the ability to work from anywhere. Other terms relating to telework include telecommuting (work at home), virtual work and mobile work.

“The ability for people to work from anywhere is attributed in part to increasing availability of portable computer and high-speed communication technologies,“ said Robert Smith, Director of ITAC. “For example, the use of broadband in the home by teleworkers increased by over 60% during the past year resulting in 25.6 million home-based teleworkers with high speed access.”

 

UK & EU Houses - 4 Nov 2005.

 

The mobility of Teleworking and advanced telecoms has evened out price differentials between UK regions and the process continues.  This will happen across the world. The Information Society is a powerful influence on the cost and value of our homes.

UK Housing Market - Source – TheGuardian Oct 31 2005.  Compiled by Grundy Northedge

40 years increase 51 times.  (Retail prices have risen x 13)

Average home price today £170,000

First time buyers pay £157,000

House Owning

Spain

92%

Homes 2004

25,000,000

 

Greece

90%

New homes built

2003/04

190,067

 

Ireland

83%

Italy

83%

Mortgaged homes for rent 2004

526,000

 

UK

77%

Austria

71%

Total Value

£3,221,000,000

55% of national assets.

France

71%

Mortgage debt AUG 2005

£932,000,000

 

Netherlands

64%

Germany

57%

 

 

 

15 nation EU Average

74%

 

The Oxford Internet Survey May 2005. Extracts 17 Oct 2005.

 

 

UK Survey 2005. The Internet in Britain – The Oxford Internet Survey (OxIS) May 2005. www.oii.ox.ac.uk   - extracts by SW2000 Telework Studies.  For the full report email oxis@oii.ac.uk or telephone + 44 (0) 1865 287229  free download from www.oii.ac.uk/research/    Oxford Internet Institute

 

 

 

 

Sample – 2005 – Random sample across UK. 3,426 homes visited. Interviewed first available resident over 14 years old. 2,190 productive interviews. Interviews by ICM.

 

 

 

 

INTERNET USERS

UK 2005.

 

 

Broadband at Home

59%

 

 

Internet at Home – persons

61%

 

 

Internet at Home - houses

36%

 

 

Internet via telephone

87%

 

 

Homes with computers

66%

 

 

Computer used daily at home

46%

 

 

Internet users with a mobile phone

85%

 

 

Internet users with email

92%

 

 

Made your own webpage?    NO

82%

 

 

Written a computer programme NO

85%

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTERNET USES

 

 

 

Check E-Mail

92%

 

 

News, information, local events

66%

 

 

Health information

25%

 

 

Book and buy travel tickets

71%

 

 

Download – Music

54%

Downloads have soared since May 05.

Download – Video

33%

Onto Ipod and other MP3 players.

Download – Radio

33%

 

 

Look for facts/research

78%

 

 

Bank online

45%

 

 

Pay bills on line

39%

 

 

Invest on line

10%

 

 

Buy products on line

74%

 

 

             WHY? - Wider choice of goods

54%

 

 

                            Lower prices

53%

 

 

Distance Learning            (IDLE?)                             

21%

 

 

Used an E-Government Service YES

39%

 

 

In favour of E-voting

43%

 

 

News on-line – never printed   YES

20%

 

 

              Pay for news on-line   YES

1%

 

 

Search by specific web address?

60%

 

 

Search by search engine query?

60%

 

 

Met new friends on-line?  YES

20%

 

 

Computers important in daily life YES

63%

 

 

Is Internet a threat to privacy? YES

49%

 

 

BIG BROTHER

 

 

 

Who should control children’s access?

 

 

 

                                         PARENTS

95%

 

 

                                   GOVERNMENT

46%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Users with poor education

27%

 

 

Users with good education

83%

 

 

Males who use the internet

63%

 

 

Females who use the internet

57%

 

 

Pupils – school age - who use internet

97%

 

 

Retirees – (no job 55+) who use internet

30%

 

 

SEX

 

 

 

In this UK OxIS survey 13% access sex sites – but the UK survey below, 17th May 05, Pornography on the Net, shows 87% of men and 56% of women have accessed sex sites –  the survey concluded that sexual curiosity had been a significant motive for getting on-line. Maybe it’s the way the question is asked? Or, perhaps more likely, sex-sites occupy 13% of the total time on-line of 87% of men and 56% of women? Theories on a postcard please and emailed to OII.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defining US Poverty – 81 million poor – 17 Oct 05.

 

 

USA

Family of 4

Family of 3

Single person

Poverty income

$19,307 a year

$15,067 a year

$9,645 a year

 

Below the Line

Detroit

33.6%

 

 

El Paso

28.8%

 

 

Miami

28.3%

 

 

Newark

28.1%

 

 

Atlanta

27.8%

 

 

Long Beach

26.4%

 

 

Milwaukee

26.0%

 

 

Buffalo

25.9%

 

 

Philadelphia

24.9%

 

 

Memphis

24.6%

Population

 

 

274.4

295,734,130

Simple Average

 

27.4%  

  81,031,151

Median US Household Income

$44,400 a year

 

Source – The Guardian – 17 Oct 2005.

 

GOOGLING MICROSOFT – 26th August 05

 

“War” and a “battle” has been declared between Microsoft and Google – according to the media. Here are a few comparisons by Jason Rodrigues and journalists Owen Gibson and Richard Wray at the Guardian, UK.

 

 

GOOGLE

MICROSOFT

 

 

 

 

 

Market Capitalisation

$78 billion

 

 

Market penetration Global

 

95%

 

Market penetration UK

60.0%

10%

MSN

Market penetration US          

36.5%

15.5%

MSN

Company worth          

$8.6 billion

$59.9 billion

 

Online advertising world $15B

$3.2 billion

 

 

Founders are worth   

$20 billion

$46 billion

Bill Gates only

Staff worldwide           

4,183

57,000

 

Net Income (profits) annually

$399 million

$12,254 million

 

 

 

 

 

But then Bill has many more salaries to pay:

57,000 people x say, $75,000 = $4,275,000,000 is $4.27 billion

 

Where to go on vacation – labour rates around the world – 26th August 05

 

 

US$

UK£ at $1.80

European Union

24.1

13.4

America

22.0

12.2

Britain

20.4

11.3

Japan

20.1

11.1

Spain

15.0

8.3

South Korea

10.3

5.7

Singapore

7.4

4.1

Portugal

6.2

3.4

Taiwan

5.8

3.2

Hong Kong

5.5

3.0

Czech Republic

4.7

2.6

Brazil

2.7

1.5

Mexico

2.5

1.4

China (Shanghai)

2.1

1.2

China (Guangdong)

1.5

0.8

China (urban)

1.1

0.6

China (average)

0.7

0.4

China (rural)

0.5

0.2

India

0.3

0.2

Average

8.0

4.4

(source Sunday Times UK from US Department of Labor, Standard Chartered Bank.)

UK Flexi-Work – Telework, Term-Time, Part-Time etc – 5th July 2005.

 

Full text at GuardianUnlimited.co.uk – search for “Nine-to-five in decline as UK embraces flexi-time” by Lucy Ward and Phillip Inman.

 

Pornography on the Net – 17th May 05

 

 

 

 

Accompanying News Item at:  http://www.noelhodson.com\index_files\NEWS.htm        17th May 2005

 

 

 

E-Commerce, Internet Trading and Video-Conferencing – 26th April 05

 

UK - The Sunday Times of April 24th 2005 published a report by Paul Durman on the growth of internet trading. Here are the statistics extracted from the report:

 

 


 

Annual Advertising Spend – UK – 2004

 

Source – Interactive Advertising Bureau UK for the Sunday Times

 

3.9%                             Internet - £653.4M

5.0%                             Outdoor

6.4%                             Directories

14.6%                           Direct Mail

19.3%                           Press Classified

22.1%                           Press Display

23.9%                           Television

0.9%                             Cinema

3.8%                             Radio

 

99.9%

 

 

 

Spam and Junk Mail – 3rd Feb 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

 

USA slips back in the broadband race – Friday 3 September 2004.

 

Wrinkly old World – Population shifts 1990-2090 – posted 19 July 2004.

 

Interactive EXCEL download version free on the home page – www.noelhodson.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19th July 2004

 

 

 

 

Population Shift in 20 year stages - With implications for housing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright 2004 Noel Hodson www.noelhodson.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Change the variables in the coloured cells e.g.

1.6

Births per family

 

 

 

 

20

years per generation.

 

 

FF's 1990

124,137,780

20%

 

 

EU & US Total Population

620,667,800

1990

av lifespan

All 65+ 1990

86,404,300

14%

 

 

Deaths one year

 

8,620,386

1991

72

 

2010

 

 

 

Deaths in 20 years

172,407,722

90-2010

 

Fertile Females 15-40

114,582,601

17%

 

 

Births/generation

1.7

211,034,226

90-2010

 

All 65+

100,037,962

15%

 

 

Total population

2010

659,294,304

2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Young deaths

10.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deaths in 20 years

180,628,576

2011-30

73

 

2030

 

 

 

Births/generation

1.6

183,332,162

2011-30

 

Fertile Females 15-40

46,291,371

7%

 

 

Total population

2030

661,997,890

2030

 

All 65+

114,971,670

17%

 

 

Young deaths

9.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deaths in 20 years

176,532,771

2031-50

75

 

2050

 

 

 

Births/generation

1.5

69,437,056

2031-50

 

Fertile Females 15-40

18,111,499

3%

 

 

Total population

2050

554,902,175

2050

 

All 65+

132,602,518

24%

 

 

Young deaths

8.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deaths in 20 years

144,130,435

2051-70

77

 

2070

 

 

 

Births/generation

1.4

155,377,891

2051-70

 

Fertile Females 15-40

23,432,981

4%

 

 

Total population

2070

566,149,631

2070

 

All 65+

149,475,804

26%

 

 

Young deaths

7.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deaths in 20 years

143,329,021

2071-90

79

 

2090

 

 

 

Births/generation

1.3

147,203,908

2071-90

 

Fertile Females 15-40

23,455,094

4%

 

 

Total population

2090

570,024,519

2090

 

All 65+

168,720,042

30%

 

 

Young deaths

6.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All deaths are not affected by Young Deaths, which only alter the numbers of 65 +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US Government Departments – Teleworkers reported in June 2004.

 

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

 

I am pleased to present the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) 2004 report on the status of Telework in the Federal Government.  This report summarizes findings from our 2003 agency telework survey and describes the major telework promotion activities undertaken by OPM in partnership with the General Services Administration (GSA).

For the third consecutive year, the number of telework-eligible and teleworking employees continues to grow.  Governmentwide, 751,844 Federal employees representing 43 percent of the Federal workforce were telework-eligible in 2003, compared with 625,313 Federal employees representing 35 percent of the Federal workforce in 2002.  This represents an increase of 20 percent, or an additional 126,531 identified telework-eligible positions.  The actual number of employees teleworking in 2003 was 102,921, representing a 14 percent increase over the number of teleworkers in 2002.  Notably, since April 2001, the number of teleworkers has increased from 53,389 to 102,921, an increase of 93 percent in the size of the telecommuting workforce.

Initially, the thrust of developing telework as an employee/employer option centered on environmental goals, enhanced quality of life issues, and recruitment and retention issues.  In 2001, President George W. Bush added telework to his New Freedom Initiative, which focused on expanding job opportunities for people with disabilities.  In the aftermath of September 11, telework has attracted greater attention by Federal managers as an essential consideration in agencies’ emergency planning efforts, whether for snow storms, other natural disasters, or terrorist attacks.  Telework has been integrated into the Federal Government’s Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP), and OPM is laying the groundwork for including telework in its evaluation of agency human resources programs.

 

For the 2003 report, OPM revised the telework survey instrument to sharpen and clarify definitions and to bring the survey in line with OPM’s strategic focus for telework.  Our focus includes recognizing the necessity of telework in emergency planning, the importance of a regularly scheduled and experienced cadre of teleworkers, and the use of occasional telework as a trial assessment period.  We also emphasize the necessity for Federal agencies to take responsibility for meeting statutory telework obligations.

We conclude that telework is growing steadily in the Federal Government, whether measured by the number of employees teleworking or by the growing maturity of agency telework programs.  Telework is progressively moving into the mainstream as an expected part of an effective agency’s personnel strategy, rather than as a “special” program needing a great deal of external support.

Kay Coles James - Director

 

 

 

US Gov Agency - June 2004.

All Employees

Eligible

All

Telewor-kers

Core Telew-orkers

Situational Teleworkers

Days

 

Core

 

TWRKS

Days

 

Sit

 

TWRKS

 

Teleworkers in DC Metro Area

Teleworkers Outside DC Metro Area

1

Agency for Int Development

2,174

1,138

167

24

143

4

1

167

0

2

Appraisal Subcommittee

7

6

3

3

0

4

0

3

0

3

Arch and Transport Barriers Compl

28

25

18

1

17

12

4

18

0

4

Forces Retirmt Home DC

603

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Chem Safety & Hazard Invst Bd

33

31

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Com for Pur from Blind people

29

14

4

3

1

8

4

4

0

7

Commodity Futures Trading Com

534

534

50

0

50

0

4

47

3

8

Consumer Product S Com

452

400

198

193

5

4

5

77

121

9

Corp for Nat & Community Service

585

585

34

11

23

4

5

31

3

10

Court Services and Offender S A

1,000

939

59

55

4

4

0

54

1

11

Def. Nuclear Facilities Safety Bd

98

4

4

0

4

0

5

87

7

12

Department of Agriculture

112,843

74,780

3,434

1,543

1,891

4

2

1,607

1,827

13

Department of Commerce

24,353

17,871

6,921

5,798

1,123

5

4

6,303

329

14

Department of Defense

672,902

150,037

13,879

4,360

9,519

5

3

3,803

10,076

15

Department of Education

4,754

2,707

1,374

174

1,200

12

5

755

619

16

Department of Energy

14,519

1,437

1,437

805

632

3

2

715

722

17

Dept of Health and Human Services

66,686

51,977

9,497

4,860

4,637

6

4

4,512

7,164

18

Department of Homeland Security

53,025

25,803

392

168

224

23

1

172

806

19

Dept of Housing and Urban Dev.

10,127

487

433

401

32

9

8

68

365

20

Department of Interior

81,144

62,598

2,038

635

1,403

8

4

407

1,835

21

Department of Justice

100,400

45,895

2,029

830

1,199

8

3

1,966

9,327

22

Department of Labor

16,141

15,052

5,749

4,631

1,118

16

2

2,249

3,471

23

Department of State

18,310

11,558

170

117

53

4

1

167

3

24

Department of Transportation

58,487

27,078

2,695

1,730

965

4

2

1,136

1,559

25

Department of Treasury

108,533

43,433

30,498

20,353

10,145

7

3

2,589

27,909

26

Department of Veterans Affairs

230,406

124,318

1,415

1,017

398

4

2

0

0

27

Environmental Protection Agency

18,272

17,345

4,986

4,844

142

 

 

1,913

3,073

28

Equal Employment Opportunity Com

2,583

1,933

769

566

203

0

0

441

1,492

29

Export-Import Bank of the U.S.

420

420

1

1

0

8

0

1

0

30

Farm Credit Administration

293

293

112

7

105

4

1

46

66

31

Federal Communications Com

2,049

2,049

611

361

250

5

2

521

93

32

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp

5,341

5,341

526

453

73

6

1

189

337

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

33

Federal Energy Reg Com

1,218

1,142

306

267

39

3

1

264

42

34

Federal Housing Finance Board

106

98

37

9

28

20

3

29

8

35

Federal Labor Relations Authority

208

130

16

13

3

4

1

5

10

36

Federal Maritime Commission

125

125

10

1

9

2

4

10

0

37

Federal Med and Con Service

290

254

118

7

111

13

2

17

101

38

Federal Retr Thrift Invest. Bd

100

3

0

0

0

0